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to pass immigration reform an estimated 3 million are from asia. now president barack obama will be pushing for a pass to citizenship coupled with border security and the immigrant right's group is hoping the president can get things moving on this issue although she is not exactly sure about what it is. >> i hope he jumps over congress frankly and does something bold. >> they are on two events sold out only after ticket prices had to be slashed. they will be headed towards the fs jazz accept for for a democratic party and -- for a democratic party and this is for a ceo and it comes after the president's job approval rating is at 40% which is the lowest it has been since he took office. ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> they are hoping to meet with that kid during his stop in san francisco but apparently the five-year-old's superhero's questioned is packed. he was on make a wish in san francisco but according to san francisco chronicle, the kid is not available for the president because he is scheduled for a national television show. >>> a woman is fighting for her life and s
napelated un-- manipulated unemployment numbers to help president obama get reelected. >>> wet roads means it will be a tough commute. traffic times will be longer. and we'll show you where all the trouble spots are. >>> the over night rain is winding down. we are about done for this first system but guess what there is a second one that will play into your afternoon forecast. ♪ yeah, i dream about bacon. [sfx] wham! so i'm bringing back the blt cheeseburger combo. a juicy jumbo beef patty loaded with hickory smoked bacon and melting cheese plus fries and a drink for just $4.99. but this isn't a dream. it's just a video from my last birthday party. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. there is a federal investigation to see if unemployment information was manipulated aheadiest 2012 president -- ahead of the 2012 presidential elections. the house oversight committee is among those demanding answer. >> reporter: pam, the committee sent me this copy of a letter that they sent to the director of the u.s. of census bureau. the newspaper reported it spoke to a census bureau wor
on interviews with more than 400 people. the author says president obama went through a crisis of confidence after his widely criticized performance against rival mitt romney in their first televised debate. they also say president obama's campaign had focus groups weighing on the possibility of having vice president joe biden and secretary of state hillary clinton switch roles. >>> time is 6:15. president obama is now calling on congress to make sure gays and lesbians don't face discrimination in the workplace. ktvu kyla campbell is joining us live to explain the employment nondiscrimination act and what the senate is doing today. >> reporter: the senate is expected to vote later today on this legislation. it would keep employers from hiring, firing, compensating, or promoting employees based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. the senate vote psychology five months after the supreme court rulings affirming gay rights. president obama writing lgbt americans fear losing their jobs because of who they are and its wrong. he wrote does it make a difference if the firefighter that re
obama, the two high profile supporters of this president, he wanted to make good on the promise they can keep, what parents say took the life of a 7 month old baby during a stay at the hospital. >> it's not stop and go. >>> there is little fog, what about inland, it will be warm eastern today and how much, there are some changeels brewing, change it good, we'll see. when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew up. what? (announcer) the subaru forester. (girl) what? (announcer) motor trend's two thousand fourteen sport utility of the year. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. i gotta go deposit a check, transfer some money. so it's your uncle's turn. what? wait, wait, wait... no, no, no, wait, wait. (baby crying) so you can deposit a check... with the touch of a finger. so you can arrange a transfer in the blink of an eye. so you can help make a bond... i got it. that lasts a lifetime. the chase mobile ap
even if they don't meet obama care standards. kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom where the vote comes after president obama made a similar announcement. >> reporter: the president is allowing those providers to extends health care policies into next year. we are taking a live look at the house floor where low maker -- lawmakers will vote in 3.5 hours on a republican bill that will do the same thing. but president obama is threating toughie toe the house -- to veto the house bill saying it would allow insurance companies to offer bare bone policies to new enroll lees. providers don't have to go along with it. california's insurance commissioner says he is asking cover california to change its regulations so when insurance companies had the treatment to renew the plans that would have been canceled. >> unfortunately neither state nor federal law allow me to stop the cancellations. >> some analysts say president obama's move will destabilize the market meaning your premium cost could go up next year. why some insurance friday veers say they can -- providers say they cannot
, president barack obama will lead the nation's observance of the cemetery, he will take part in the layte laying ceremony to honor veterans and their families. and one of the men invited to breakfast is this man, 107-year- old richard overtown from texas. he is the oldest veteran still living. when we asked him why he was invited he said... >> they want to send me back over there. >> he still cuts his own grass and drives a car and he has a girlfriend, she is only 90 years old. >>> 6:11 is the time right now, the important number that will be released this week, while the focus is on what she did while accepting an award. >>> there is an injury crash and it is not getting better and traffic will soon be getting back on to the bay bridge. >>> well, if you are smelling smoke, it is all in advance of a southeast wind, that gives us the question. ♪ imagine a place created all around family. where everyone, can relax or play.. ♪ now imagine that place in hawaii. welcome to aulani.... ...a family paradise... with just a touch of disney magic. for special offers, visit disneyaulani.com would
and they were removed from president barack obama's security detail. this is after an incident at the hayes adams hotel in washington d.c. reportedly he tried to get into the room of a woman after he realized he had left a bullet behind. a routine search of the acts' blackberry sound sexually suggestive e-mails that supervisor had sent to a female co-worker. >>> this is according to testimony at a congressional hearing looking into the security, and the attempts were made between november 6th and november 8th but that none were successful. >>> time now 6:47 let's check in with torii campbell to see what is coming up on mornings on 2. >>> it is a bit of a murder mystery, the father of a california assemblyman was murdered in his home in a trendy neighborhood and what police are saying about a possible motive. a waste of a billion dollars, a program was meant to improve airport security and some feel it has been completely useless. >>> also this may not have been such a great idea, they have invited tweeters to ask any questions they would like and what caused them to cancel this experiment v
if they can keep those plans and if so for how long. it could be the one year extension president barack obama announced last week and it could be an extension through march. he said it was one he could not keep. >>> they were one they would require but no plan would exist. >> now hospitals are filing lawsuits and children's hospitals and they are talking about this and some say it would be a bad decision for everybody in the state. the concerns they have is for everybody's wallets, we will have that story coming up new. >>> and gathering of elders and security leaders they should support an agreement even though there is little trust between the two countries. >> and this is president karzai, ahmed wali karzai said he does not trust americans and americans done trust him. the five-day council gathering will discuss the proposed security agreement which outlines the plan for troops to stay in afghanistan beyond 2014. >>> tray will take a lead of absence after pleading guilty of cocaine. >> i have to rebuild trust with this home that means so much to me and i also need to do it for my family. >
. president barack obama also met with 2 tsa agents who were wounded. earlier the president had to deal with some heckling in san francisco and it was by an invited guest during one of his appearances. >> you left power to the area. >> okay. >> he was talking it and undocumented student said he spoke up because he wants the president to use his executive power to stop deportations. >> the fact that he came here blaming the congress, i think it is wrong he should blame his administration. >> he said the only place they need to blame is on his at men station will. >>> they retaped them and relaced them. that much promised the prisoner's safety and the program was carried out in a pro gram and the program helped kill terrorist the and it's no longer in operation. >>> let's check in with torii on mornings on 2. >>> we have learned a disturbing report about the safety of animals on movie sets. it turns out an organization that monitors this may not have always been telling the truth. it is also scan lows, how they are they are, earn certain male athletes and what is being top with it and now
will decide if balloons will be allowed to join in and march down 6th avenue. later president barack obama will march until during the turkey pardon don'ting. >> i heard he have word he said. they will be deciding which much those turkeys will be pardoned but potential turkeys have already out lived their fill low curb cases pause we all eat them. >> one land go to the mt. vernon estate and there he will be on display for visitors and after that they will be transferred to apartment and in home in leaseberg view now there will be confrontations between protesters and police. >>> we are live outside where a tenant admits he set his own apartment building on fire. we will tell you about the warn warning signs neighbors said they saw. ♪ buy today, come back for more. ♪ ♪ save next time you shop in store. ♪ ♪ that's my kind of holiday. ♪ it's black friday ♪ we're shopping deals ♪ in little black dresses ♪ cute hair and heels. ♪ let's go! ♪ that's my kind of holiday. . >>> welcome back, we are ringing the new york stock exchange, they are on the channel over by the nasdaq,
day 248 people. the goal of the sad obama administration is to have 39,000 people enroll every day for the next five months. now a spokesperson for the health and human services department says the figures presented in the documents are unofficial. the agency has said it will release its first official report on enrollment by mid november. >>> time is 6:16. disturbing new information about that castro valley nursing home scandal. today's chronicle reports at least one worker for the state department of social services went to the valley springs mar man nor after most of the is workers have left. the staff abandoned 14 sick, elderly, and bedridden patients last week after regulators shut down the nursing home. the residents were being taken care of by a cook and a janitor who have no medical training. >>> mercury news reports that homeless men and women are using the 22vta bus as a shelter every day. that is the only 24 hour bus line in the system. it goes between east san jose and palo alto. there are 7600 homeless people in santa clara county. >>> right now at 6:17. we want to ch
obama the nsa revelations will lead to billions of dollars in lost business in europe and asia. the senate chair intelligence diane feinstein say there is needs to be more oversight of the nsa programs, especially with surveillance done in other countries. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu fox 2 news. >>> and san francisco's bichair program is getting ready to ex -- bike chair program is getting ready to expand. 150 more bike will be added. officials say they are expanding because this program has been really popular, especially in san francisco and they are hoping to meet the growing demand for the bikes. >>> 6:18 is the time right now. sal is taking a look at contra costa county? >> it is getting busier, dave and pam, all over continue cost county. we will start with -- contra costa county. the traffic is busy from antioch to pittsburg as it normally is. 680 is not bad. a little slowing. 80 westbound has a couple of problems that have made traffic on the actual freeway slow. then we have this rather unusual hypodermic needle spill. used needles spilled there, one
obama apologized for all the problems with the health care website. last night in a network tv interview the president accepted responsibility and expressed regret for the people that lost their current health insurance as a result of the affordable care act. even though he promised earlier they would be able to keep their plan if they liked it. >> i am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. we have to work hard to make sure they know that we have hear them. >> now the white house says consumers who are forced to change their plans they will end up with better policies and may get subsidies to offset any higher costs. >>> time is 6:48. time to check in with tori campbell for a look at what is coming up on mornings on 2. >> good morning. coming up in minutes a dramatic turn of events in the north bay. a fairfield man that was once a candidate for city council turned themselves into police for tuesday's fatal shooting. his close connection to the victim who was also a suspect in a shooting an hour earlier. and we are learning new info
, flooding leaving homes and businesses damaged or destroyed. president obama is getting updates on all the damage. fema is sending teams into the effected states. coming up we will take you live to washington, illinois one of the hardest hit areas. >>> that severe midwest weather caused major bay year travel delays. earlier this morning the last of the delayed flights landed at sfo. we are people arriving describing darken -- to get more information on the severe weather in the midwest with including seeing damage and destruction go to ktvu.com. >>> the next time you get stopped by a police officer in palo alto you may be recorded. janine de la vega is joining us from palo alto to tell us about an upgrade to crime fighting tools. >> reporter: police already have cameras in their police vehicles but it doesn't capture everything. now the department would like to start a pilot program for nine officers who regularly work the traffic safety team. a lot of them ride motorcycles and say it will help them capture video evidence once they leave their bikes. in a city manager report it says vi
there where the internal flame is burning. earlier this week president obama and former president bill clinton laid a wreath at president kennedy's grave site. >>> new reports that am fourth san jose state university student will be charged today in a case of hate crimes. if it happens four white students would be accused of racist bullying of an african american roommate. or thedly among other things a bike lock was attached to his neck and a confederate flag was held in their room on campus. the flag was taken down recently. >> there is not a lot of african american students up here. in my class i'm usually the only one. i feel like i'm always being watched. >> three students have already been charged with misdemeanor hate crime and battery and all three of those students have been suspended. >>> sometime 6:17. san francisco state is dealing with its own race and religion issue. a stencil was used to make a sign. now the palestinian group calls the accusations baseless. they say their members are the victims of a smear campaign. however san francisco state's president issued a statement sayi
with president obama and warren buffet and things like that. over on the nasdaq of course sears holding company owns k- mart. two very busy places in the last 24 hours. we showed you k-mart opened up at 6:00 in the morning. so retailers big story today. >> so we are not the only ones up. >> no. >>> we will smile and say good morning, to you. thank you for joining us friday, november 29th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. time 16:-- time is 6:30. steve, i think its a girl thing. you are staying away from the malls. >> i am. >> i'm excited to go. >> but pamela. >> yes. >> you look fabulous today. >> thank you. [ laughter ] >> 30s, and 40s one 50 that is in san francisco. we do have clear skies. it will be nice today. the higher clouds down in southern california they are getting rain. could be decent rain. san diego, l.a., up to santa barbara. you can see out there highway 1 probably be the northern extent of it. san jose should be sunny and clear. start you off 42 go for a high today of 68 degrees. not bad. temperatures will be warming up over the weekend. we'll see a little hint of
of the healthcare.gov website. also president obama is traveling to texas today to encourage people to sign up on the federal health insurance marketplace. texas is the highest rate of uninsured americans in the country. >>> time is 6:17. the oldest woman to run the new york city marathon has died. and she is from the bay area. 86-year-old joy johnson of san jose stumbled during the 20th mile of the race. she hit her head on the pavement. now they treated her at the first aid tent. told her to go to the hospital to get checked out. instead she kept running. determined she was going to finish that marathon. the next day she laid down she took a nap at her hotel and never woke up. the exact cause of her death is still not known. >>> 911 calls from last week are now giving us new information about a firey car crash inside the caldecott tunnel. it filled the tunnel with smoke and eight people needed hospital treatment. dozens abandoned their cars. >> he is in the right lane and a lot of traffic backing up. he didn't have his hazard lights on either. i'm afraid the car might be engulfed in flames.
promising that it would obey the court's rules. the obama administration published the heavily censored files last night as part of an ongoing civil liberties lawsuit challenging the nsa's collection of phone records. >> tonight the oakland city council is expected to decide if it will move ahead with plans for a controversial surveillance center. a federal grant would pay for a center that would allow police officers and firefighters to monitor dozens of traffic and surveillance cameras across the city. supporters say these cameras would dramatically improve the city's response to crime and emergencies. a critic cites privacy concerns and worries the cameras would turn oakland into a police state. >>> 6:17. an east bay mom is bringing attention to bullying with an online video of her daughter being beaten up. kate benedixon says she could only watch this one time. her 15-year-old daughter is being pushed and punched by another female student. both go to dougherty valley high school in san ramon. ben dixon said the other girl had been harassing her daughter and the school needs to do mo
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